2022 Barnes 5km Handicap Results

949Liliana BraunFemale20:24.07:00.027:24.01st Fastest Female
944Jayden ToomeyMale21:01.57:00.028:01.5
945Bryan StauntonMale21:15.37:00.028:15.3
948Jennifer WalkerFemale21:22.07:00.028:22.0
956Will SmithMale19:03.69:30.028:34.0
963Jake OwenMale18:04.810:30.028:35.02nd Fastest Male
952Eddie SmithMale20:38.08:00.028:38.0
965Reuben BeardMale17:09.011:30.028:39.01st Fastest Male
950Ken McDonaldMale21:41.07:00.028:41.0
962Nathan ShanksMale18:12.010:30.028:42.03rd Fastest Male
951Becky De La HarpeFemale21:03.07:30.028:43.03rd Fastest Female
941Richard FogartyMale22:44.06:00.028:44.0
960Joel CarmanMale18:17.310:30.028:47.3
953Kristy EylesFemale20:47.98:00.028:47.92nd Fastest Female
978Claire AndertonFemale23:29.85:30.028:59.8
924Siobhan MckinlayFemale26:08.03:00.029:01.0
957Leon MiyaharaMale19:04.610:00.029:04.6
937Dave SharpMale23:07.66:00.029:07.6
946Geoff AndersonMale22:21.87:00.029:21.8
955Jonathan RyanMale19:55.09:30.029:25.0
947Aly CraigieFemale22:05.07:00.029:25.0
959Grayson WestgateMale18:54.710:30.029:24.0
961Matthew BolterMale18:58.010:30.029:28.0
927Chris SoleMale25:28.04:00.029:28.0
935Barry PurtonMale23:31.06:00.029:31.0
936Lydia PattilloFemale23:41.00:00.029:41.0
954Ben PigouMale20:12.49:30.029:42.4
928Claudia SoleFemale25:16.00:00.029:46.0
966Finn MolloyMale18:19.511:30.029:49.5
938Eric ScharpfMale23:51.06:00.029:51.0
964Corey LewisMale18:53.011:00.029:53.0
929Michael FinnieMale24:57.75:00.029:57.7
926Andrew McCaigMale26:00.84:00.030:00.8
920Leia SilbyFemale24:33.55:30.030:03.5
958Josh HouMale20:12.410:00.030:12.4
931Julie WilsonFemale25:17.45:00.030:17.4
923Neville ShanksMale30:24.30:00.030:24.3
925Marc BoulleMale27:30.03:00.030:29.0
922Neville ScottMale32:16.30:00.032:16.3

2022 TK Cowan Results

Line PlaceFirst NameLast NameTotal timeStart timeElapsed timeNotes
2LilianaBraun60:2126:3033:51First HCU woman, Fastest HCU woman
3JoelCarman60:2330:1530:08First HCU man, Second-fastest HCU man
5ShireenCrumpton60:5524:1536:40Second HCU woman, Third-fastest HCU womon
6AlyCraigie61:1824:4536:33Third HCU woman, Second-fastest HCU woman
8BarryPurton61:3823:0038:38Second HCU man
9FinnMolloy61:4132:1529:26Third HCU man, Fastest HCU man
13StephenBloomfield62:2124:3037:51Third-fastest HCU man
5OliverO’Sullivan50:4523:3027:15First HCU man, Fastest HCU man
6ElliotO’Sullivan50:4523:3027:15Second HCU man, Second-fastest HCU man
7BillRichardson56:106:0050:10Third HCU man, Third-fastest HCU man
2LewisAnglemyer28:4815:0013:48First HCU Boy, Fastest HCU boy

Lovelock Relay Race Report

Congratulations to all that took part in the Lovelock Relays last weekend. Race 1: Our Social team of Rebecca Allnutt, Barbara Patrick, Rob Homan (Nee: Civil Service), and a Oliver O’Sullivan won the Social Grade. Rebecca’s time of 5:09 was fastest in the Grade and one of the fastest Female times of the day. This was followed up with a second (and unexpected) impressive run later in the day. It has to be said that Rob Homan looked a complete natural in the Blue and Gold, after he was strongly encouraged to wear a Hill City-University singlet.Race 2: Well done to the Hill City-University children that raced. We had three teams compete and there was some impressive and exciting runs.Race 3: The women were the big standout for the club on Saturday. The Senior Women team of Zara Geddes, Lila Rhodes, Liberty McIntyre Reet, and Liliana Braun withstood the pressure from the fast starting Leith senior women team and went on to claim a well deserved title. Liliana Braun ran the fastest time of the day (5:00) with a commanding performance on leg 4, with Zara One second behind in her time (5:01). Zara ran from the front pushing too hard for fellow competitors on leg 1.

In the Masters woman’s race Leia Silby, Kara Bryant, Georgy Pakeho, and Aly Craigie took first place. Aly recorded fastest time in 5:33, with Georgy third fastest in 5:55. Consistent performances across the legs proved too strong for the competing teams. Race 4: The Masters mens race provided much entertainment. Elliot O’Sullivans battle with Danny Baillie could be considered one of the best races of the day. Danny showing his speed and determination held Elliot off to give Leith the lead while running 3rd fastest masters time. Neale and Simon were the next to battle, with Neale extending the gap slightly. Both running strong legs. Gallien Chanalet-Quercy Had an excellent run against a determined Mark Geddes and build on Leiths lead. Oliver O’Sullivan was on the hunt for Richard Campbell. However, Richard had a great run, running second fastest time of the day and proving far too strong for Oliver to close the gap down. There was to be no tied race against these two this week.Race 5: Hill City-University’s team of Ben Wall, Nico Alvarez Ray-Virag, Jake Owen, Joe Mortimer, Alex Witt, and Joel Carman finished second to the Christchurch’s Whippets team. Ben Wall shocked the crowd and fellow competitors running 3:59 for the first leg and putting Hill City-University into the lead. However, the depth of talent in the whippets was too much for Hill City-University. There were a large number of impressive other performances, and times achieved across the club. Thanks to all that took part.


Photo: Ben Wall extending his lead and running an impressive 3:59 opening leg.

Shunters and Grunters 2022 Results

Leg 1Leg 2Leg 3Leg 4Total Time / Position
Team Donna (19)Meg McKay Stu McCormickHelen CollinsOllie O’Sullivan 1st Equal
Team FMC (6)Lilian Braun Dalise SandersonLara FindlaterRichard Campbell1st Equal
Team Kevo (2)Richard FogartyAnya RhodesBrian WatkinsNathan Shanks3rd
Team John Ed (17)Esther FogartyLesley McCormick Gene SandersonLeia Silby4th
Team Ronnie (5)Jordan FogartyAbby Theobald David MackleMark Geddes5th
Team Pat (11)Ezekiel StewartKen Fahey Sue O’SullivanPhil Morris6th
Team Robin (15)Liberty McIntyre-ReetJohn McDermott Cathy Weatherston Aly Craigie7th
Team Jimmie (1)Paul AndersonLewis AnglemerShona McDonaldTim Dawbin8th
Team Chippa (34)Amanda WaldronKeiran ColumbSandra WintonBen Pigou9th
Team Denis (12)Cilla Dickison John McMeckingJo LittleJosh Lovely10th
Team Ian (7)Brent HalleyJanice HughesHelen Morris/Liz McMeckingMargie Campbell11th
Team Dougie (10)Nick HengPhil BrayAngela HawthorneLeon Miyahara12th
Team Hicks (13)Lila Rhodes Kirsty Van RoyenBruce CowanSarah Rhodes13th

Lovelock Trials Results 2022

Children’s Race

Lewis Anglemyer1:26
George Solomon1:31
Hugh Walker1:33
Isiah Chin1:34
Sammy Walker1:35
Issy Clark2:10

B Grade Race

Aly Craigie5:32
Barry Purton5:38
Caitlin O’Donnell5:39
Eric Scharpf5:49
Georgy Pakeho5:51
Clifford Kelway Pope5:56
Phil Morris6:32
Brent Halley6:34
Dalise Sanderson6:59
Mark Boulle7:00
Barbara Patrick7:24
Myrtle Rough8:29
David Mackle8:56

A Grade Race

Josh Hou4:13
Nico Alvarez Rey-Virag4:14
Corey Lewis4:22
Finn Molloy4:24
Xaviour Walker4:39
Danny Baillie4:43
Elliot O’Sullivan4:44
Tim Dawbin5:06

Welcome to the 2021-2022 Office Bearers

We would like to introduce our elected 2021-2022 office bearers. We have a number of new members join the committee, and we are really excited to bring these new members and ideas into the club management. We look forward to some exciting Athletics and Harriers over the coming 12 months.

PresidentOliver O’Sullivanoliver.osullivan@gmail.com0277518895
Immediate Past PresidentRichard Fogartyrichard65fogarty@gmail.com0274324234
TreasurerSimon Rhodeshcyharriers@gmail.com0212715000
Track and FieldMarion Harrisharrismk22@gmail.com03 453 1980
Children’s AthleticsSimon Rhodeshillcitychildrens@gmail.com0212715000
Harrier ManagerTBChcyharriers@gmail.com0277518895
Committee MembersLeia Silby
Sophie Hicks
Alyx Day
Mark Geddes
Oli Chignell

HandicapperPhil MorrisTBC
Club PatronsDave Richmond,
Lindsay Dey

Draft Winter Calendar of Events 2022

Event nameLocationTime/Club
Pre Season Open Day HCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Official Open DayHCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Easter – Unofficial club run HCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Lovelock Trials: Ariki, Leith, CivilCaledonian Ground1:45pm
Shunters and GruntersHyde-Waipiata11:15am
Lovelock RelaysUniversity Oval12pm
Morning Club runHCU Club Rooms8:30am
NZ Marathon Champs/RebootChristchurch
Leith Cross Country RelaysOtago Pony ClubLeith
5km Forbury or Inlet – TBCAriki Club Rooms1:45pm
TK Cowan 8km/5km TBCTomahawk Hall1:45pm
Morning Club runAfternoon Club RunHCU Club RoomsHCU Club Rooms8:30am1:45pm
Barnes Cross CountryKettle ParkTBC
Millenium Track – TBCTaieri MouthTBC
Matariki Mid-Winter Night RunCaledonian GroundTBC
Morning Club RunHCU Club Rooms8:30am
Kennett CupChristchurch
Club RunHCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Edmond Cup – TBCWingatui: HCU/TaieriTBC
Club Run HCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Otago Cross Country ChampsChisholm LinksTBC
Forbury Park 5km X-CountryAriki Club Rooms1:45pm
NZ X-Country ChampsTaupoANZ
Otago Road ChampsDunedin – TBCAthletics Otago
Surf to StadiumDunedin – TBCTBC
Morning Club RunHCU Club Rooms8:30am
Kids Run + Family [with Ariki]Ariki Club Rooms12:00pm
Afternoon Club RunHCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Port Road RacePort ChalmersTBC
Dick Taylor Run TBCTBC
Silverpeaks to Town Mountain RDTBC
NZ Road ChampsUpper HuttTBC
Kids Run + Family [with Ariki] TBCTBC
Emerson Dunedin MarathonDunedinCaversham
Club Run with CavershamCaversham1:45pm
Colin Holmes/Alice Baker 5k/3k Followed by AGMHCU Club Rooms1:45pmAGM 3:00pm
NZ Half Marathon ChampsTBC
Club RunHCU Club Rooms1:45pm
NZ Road Relay ChampsChristchurch, AkaroaANZ
Closing Day RunHCU Club Rooms1:45pm
Dunedin Round the Bays – 10kmDunedinTBC
NZ Trail Running ChampsCrater Rim Trail RunANZ
NZ Mountain Running ChampsQueenstownANZ
Otago Half Marathon ChampsBalclutha
NZ 24 Hour ChampsAucklandANZ

2021 Athletics New Zealand Cross-country Championships

Event 2 Girls Under 14 3 km

Lila Rhodes 7th (13:14)


Event 3 Men 65-69 6 km

Philip Morris 6th (30:50)


Event 4 Women 18-19 6 km

Megan Foster 16th (27:40)


Event 4 Women 40-44 6 km

Kara Bryant 4th (27:42)

Leia Silby 6th (28:23)


Event 4 Women 45-49 6 km

Georgina Pakeho 2nd (29:24)


Event 4 Women 50-54 6 km

Shireen Crumpton 2nd (26:18)


Event 4 Women 70-74 6 km

Barbara Patrick 1st (34:48)


Event 4 Women 80-84 6 km

Myrtle Rough 1st (40:16)


Event 5 Men Under 18 6 km

Jake Owen 19th (21:52)

Matthew Bolter 26th (23:21)


Event 6 Women Under 18 5 km

Zara Geddes 2nd (19:23)

Anna Carswell 20th (23:32)

Faith Courtney 21st (24:28)


Event 7 Men 18-19 8 km

Jacob Weston 15th (28:36)

Reuben Beard 16th (28:39)

Josh Hou 25th (30:29)

Luke Geddes 27th (31:09)

Event 7 Men 45-49 8 km

Tim Bolter 7th (30:38)

Simon Rhodes 9th (31:33)



Event 7 Men 50-54 8 km

Robbie Johnston 2nd (30:11)


Event 7 Men 55-59 8 km

Richard Fogarty 9th (36:51)


Event 7 Men 60-64 8 km

Stephen Bloomfield 4th (34:48)


Event 8 Boys Under 16 4 km

Charlie Light 15th (15:53)


Event 10 Men Senior 10 km

Oli Chignell 1st (31:45)

Jared Monk 14th (33:46)

Oliver O’Sullivan 18th (34:09)

Kirk Madgwick 19th (34:26)

Samuel Bremer 20th (34:45)

Logan Slee 22nd (35:13)

Austin Carter 25th (35:34)

Thomas Hadley 28th (36:19)

Finn Molloy 35th (39:06)

Blake Miller 36th (39:54)


Otago Cross Country Report 2021

Race 1 – 

Archie Rhodes ran a gutsy race. Leading from the front to finish 1st in the boys under 12 event in 9:11. Showing as much determination as his father Simon.

Race 2-

Alex Walker finished 3rd Otago Athlete and 4th overall in the boys under 14 event (3km) in 17:17 with another good run.

Lila Rhodes was 1st in the girls under 14 race (3km) in 13:08 backing up an already successful season.

Anna Rhodes finished 4th in the girls under 16 (4km) in 19:26 and ran a well paced race.

Race 3-

Zara Geddes finished 2nd in the women’s under 18 (5km) and 1st Otago Athlete in 19:31. Another impressive performance from Zara.

Anna Carswell finished 4th under 18 and 3rd Otago Athlete in 24:26.

George Hamilton won the men under 18 (6km) in 20:55, Jake Owen was 2nd 22:29, and Matthew Bolter 3rd 23:44. The three went out together and George wound up the pace in an impressive display of strength. The boys under 18 also took home the teams event in a clean sweep.

In the women’s under 20 (6km) Megan foster was 1st in 26:46 with a strong performance.

In the Masters Women 35+ Georgina Pakeho was 2nd overall (6km) in 29:05, and Leia Silby was 3rd in 29:43. Some close racing and both athletes running well.

In the Masters Women 50+ (6km) Shireen Crumpton continued her dominance and was 1st in 26:54, Barbara Patrick was 6th in 35:41, and Myrtle Rough was 8th in 41:28. Barbara and Myrtle both consistent performers, continue to impress everyone.

In the Masters Men 65+ (6km) Phil Morris was 2nd in 30:39 improving on last years performance.

Race 4-

In the Senior Men (10km) Russell Green was 2nd Otago Athlete and 4th Overall in 34:25, Oliver O’Sullivan was 3rd Otago Athlete and 5th overall in 34:28, Kirk Madgwick was 4th Otago Athlete in 34:48, Logan Slee was 5th in 35:03, Jared Monk was 6th in 35:12, Sam Bremer was 7th in 36:21, Blake Miller was 11th in 38:41, and Thomas Hadley was 13th in 40:06. Russell formed the front of the chasing pack and controlled the race throughout. He demonstrated both speed and strength as athletes slowly drifted off his negative split pace. A large contingent of HCU senior men took out the teams race. 

In the Senior Women (10km) Margie Campbell was first in 41:25, and Liliana Braun was 2nd in 41:58. Both of these athletes had great runs, and continue to highlight the talent they both have.

In the Masters men 35-49 (8km) Tim Bolter was 4th overall and 3rd Otago Athlete in 30:52, Elliot O’Sullivan was 6th Otago Athlete in 31:51, Simon Rhodes was 10th In 33:12, and Mark Geddes was 12th in 37:24.

In the Masters Men 50+ (8km) Robbie Johnson was first in 30:37. Eric Scharpf was 4th in 36:07. Robbie demonstrated his experience and pace judgement to be closely followed home by a relaxed looking Tim Bolter. Strong results for all the masters men.

In the men’s under 20 (8km) Jacob Weston was first in 27:43, and Reuben Beard was second in 28:57, Josh Hou was 6th in 31:09, and Luke Geddes was 7th in 32:26. Jacob set of with the front senior men and held on well, finishing with an impressive performance. Ruben beard sat in with the chasing pack and finished strongly. 

Well done to all the HCU runners. The club was proud of all the great running and determination displayed. We look forward to seeing all of our athletes compete in 3 weeks time at National Cross Country Champs. Best of luck too.

The chasing pack led by HCU athletes, demonstrating the strong senior numbers and depth.